Viktor Ivanov

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Ivanov, Viktor Evgen’evich


Born Nov. 9 (22), 1908, in the village of Staraia Maina, now in Ul’ianovsk Oblast. Soviet physicist; specialist in the physical chemistry of inorganic substances. Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1964) and academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR (1967). Member of the CPSU since 1929.

Ivanov graduated from the Ashkhabad Pedagogical Institute in 1942 and the Odessa Hydrometeorological Institute in 1945. In 1947 he began working at the Kharkov Physicotechnical Institute, becoming its director in 1965. Also a professor at the University of Kharkov (since 1962), he is one of the founders and directors of the physicotechnical department.

Ivanov worked out a method of producing high-purity metals by vacuum distillation and condensation on heated surfaces, which has found industrial application. With his students he devised original equipment for hot rolling and pressing of metals in a high vacuum. Ivanov’s studies of the properties of reactor materials are highly important, as is his work on compositions having special mechanical and physical properties. Ivanov has been awarded the Order of Lenin, the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, and several medals.


Chistye i sverkhchistye metally. Moscow, 1965.
Zashchita vol’frama ot okisleniia pri vysokikh temperaturakh. Moscow, 1968.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- The annual proceeds of extremist groups from the production of drugs amounts to more than $350 billion, Director of the Russian Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN) Viktor Ivanov said at the sixth meeting of the Central Asian anti-drug quintet (Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Iran) in Tehran on Monday.
The National Head of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigations (DPCI) Lieutenant General Mthandazo Ntlemeza and his Russian counterpart, Viktor Ivanov have signed a Protocol in which the two countries agreed to intensify the war against illicit drug trafficking as well as strengthening the Russian-South African anti-drug cooperation.
More than 108 tons of various drugs were seized from illicit traffic within the space of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), said Chairman of the Coordination Council of Heads of the Competent Authorities to Combat Drug Trafficking, Head of the Russian Federal Drug Control Service Viktor Ivanov.
The FSKN head Viktor Ivanov told an official conference that the "large-scale transit of Afghan heroin is acting as a renewable financial base for the ISIS is now clear," reported RFERL.
The inter-agency agreement needed for the finalization of the program should be completed "as soon as possible," Putin told Viktor Ivanov, head of Russia's Drug Control Agency, according to a transcript.
Russia's Federal Drug Control Service Director Viktor Ivanov said earlier on Thursday about 20,000 mercenaries fighting in Syria are financed by the proceeds of Afghan drug trafficking, but did not provide any evidence to back his claims.
During the visit, Shinde will meet the Interior Minister of Russia, Vladimir Kolokoltsev, Minister of Emergency Situation (Disaster Management), Vladimir Puchkov and Director of the Federal Narcotics Service of Russia, Viktor Ivanov, also in the rank of a minister.
In the capacity of Chairperson of the Russian State Anti-Narcotics Committee, FSKN Director Viktor Ivanov participated in the third meeting of the "Central-Asian Quartet" composed of the heads of the anti-narcotics agencies of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, and Tajikistan, held September 2012 in Dushanbe.
After meetings in Moscow with Nicaraguan Police Chief Aminta Granera, the head of the Federal Service for Drug Control in Russia, Viktor Ivanov said his country was ready to "provide equipment and weapons to Nicaragua in the global fight against the scourge of drug production and continuous smuggling.
I am partially granting the defence lawyers appeal," Interfax quoted presiding judge Viktor Ivanov as saying in court.
Head of the federal drugs control service of Russia, Viktor Ivanov, told the conference that Russia was offering a five-year plan to fight drug production in Afghanistan.
It may be mentioned here that UNODC launched its flagship publication, the World Drug Report 2011 on June 23 (Thursday) at United Nations Headquarters by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Joseph Deiss, President of the General Assembly Gil Kerlikowske, Director, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and Viktor Ivanov, Director of Russias Federal Service for Drug Control.